From our skin to our skeletons, from our intricate nervous systems to our powerful muscular systems, our body can be an intriguing and elegant mystery. Even if you’ve learned that the bones in your body are alive and that there are no muscles in your fingers, it might seem impossible to remember those and other facts until now. Now, you can color yourself smart!
In Color Yourself Smart: Human Anatomy, you’ll fill in amazing illustrations and find out the names and functions of all the different parts of the human body. And in addition to gaining basic knowledge, you’ll also learn some of the body’s greatest secrets. Why do we get goose bumps? What happens when we eat an apple? How much air can we breathe in just one minute? Color Yourself Smart: Human Anatomy can help you solve these puzzles and many others!
Many memory experts believe colors and illustrations can help us form stronger memories. When you color yourself smart, you’ll be sure to agree! You’ll never forget the many parts of the body and their equally important functions.
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An award-winning and internationally recognized expert medical writer, Wendy Leonard, PhD, MPH, has been using her gift for translating medical jargon into lay-friendly language for over 25 years. A member of the American Public Health Association, Wendy is a full-time freelance professional residing in the Agricultural Reserve, north of Washington, DC.
Philip Ferguson-Jones trained at the Royal College of surgeons of England and was awarded funding by the prestigious Barber Surgeons London to study in Bologna Italy. He has been a professional medical illustrator for over 10 years. A member of the Medical Artists Association of Great Britain, his work has been published throughout Europe, USA, and Asia. Currently residing in Liverpool, Phillip enjoys being a full-time, highly coveted, freelance scientific illustrator.
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